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2006.11.16
The sound of children playing echoes through the village of Gnakanzou in Côte d’Ivoire’s volatile western region…but in the shadows the pain of war still lingers… SOUNDBITE (French) Rosine, 14 years: “The rebels beat me and raped me and I fell pregnant…they continued to maltreat me during my pregnancy.” 14 year old Rosine now receives support from UNICEF Protection Officer Francis Zacko. She is just one of the more than 1,000 children who were abducted or forcibly recruited when rebels invaded this village in 2002. With the help of UNICEF she was freed and brought back home after serving almost two years with the rebel forces during which she gave birth to a baby boy. SOUNDBITE (French) Rosine, 14 years: “When I eventually came back to the village I found out they had killed my parents.” Children have not been spared in the 3 year-long civil and ethnic conflict that has divided this West African nation. Together with its partners, UNICEF has been able to re-integrate more than 720 former child combatants back to Gnakanzou. For most it’s a difficult transition – like 17 year old Rigobert who spent 20 months fighting for the rebels. SOUNDBITE (French) Rigobert, 17 years: “When we came back we had a lot of problems and arguments with our families because our minds were messed up as a result of everything we’d seen and done and the drugs they’d given us.” But with counselling, skills training and regular follow up visits the children improve. SOUNDBITE Manuel Fontaine, UNICEF Child Protection Advisor: “These children can actually get better. These children can actually go back into their communities and be constructive members of their communities, positive contributors to the development of their communities, if we give them the opportunities.” But the threat of re-recruitment remains. In January United Nation’s peacekeepers were attacked by militant youths and inter-ethnic clashes in the western region have also escalated in recent weeks. For as long as a lasting peace continues to elude Côte d’Ivoire - these children will remain at risk. *** Asset Name : UNICEF warns that former child soldiers still at risk in Côte d’Ivoire Asset Duration: 02 min 15 secs Shoot City: Gnakanzou Shoot Country: Ivory Coast Shoot Date: Feb 11 2006
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